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    Sounds as if that *well funded Asian public company* found running a casino too difficult - it will be interesting to see if BTD do a better job...or how good Neo/777 marketing of the site is!

    At least we now know why they were down for so long, but their apparent negligence in telling their members what was going on is worrying...unless the Asians have sold out to someone else???

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    <hr size=0>quote:<p>At least we now know why they were down for so long, but their apparent negligence in telling their members what was going on is worrying...unless the Asians have sold out to someone else<hr size=0>
    Ditto on that. There is no excuse to not notify players of a casino's downtime. If they are able to email bonus offerings, they can very well contact players when they are making significant changes. Either they are technically challenged, or they place their business above customer care.

    Or maybe it was just an oversight; they didn't think anyone would notice the changeover.

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    Takaki's email just bounces, as does the old Montreal address, so it looks increasingly like a badly executed change of ownership and software.

    I have a query in with BTD on this at present - let's hope they can clear up the mystery.

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    Gawd, my brain is about to explode like that guy in "Scanners"

    Decipher this:

    From: Support2
    To: aggrieved player
    Sent: Saturday, January 17, 2004 10:25 AM
    Subject: In Regards to NeoMax Casino

    Dear Mr. Player:

    Our Casino managed by the staff of a 777.com domain owner site and we are concluded the contract of sharing the rights of the casino license and software between the 777.com domain owners and our Casino.

    Therefore, I would like to inform you that NeoMax Casino have never handled directly for the profit.

    The 777.com domain owner did not take their responsibility and duty and they abandoned and left it all in November 2003.

    It seems that, however, the 777.com domain owners are presently using and managing another license and another game software now. (www.777.com)

    Please contact the domain owner of www.777.com where it should be charged.

    Thank you very much for playing all this time with us.

    Sorry for any inconveniences this matter may have caused you.

    Neomax Casino Management
    “Too much of anything is bad, but too much good whiskey is barely enough.”

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    Thanks for clearing that up Casinomeister. Now we know...
    well, we know that the relationship between the two...
    um, what do we know??!

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    they had thousands of players

    Neo Max scammed thousands. From the differences in player's account numbers (posted on a messsage board), you could tell even months before they closed that they had thousands of players that opened accounts with their rigged software. Bet2gamble helped by advertising them for months. Even their gaming license they used (a 5 year one) expired months before they closed.

    Their support always came from the same email IP address and resolved to something with 'duke' in it.

    They have changed web servers now. They are on the same server with all these 'be the dealer' or 'windows casino' affiliates:

    109 domains found on 209.39.166.214
    (search limited to first 100 results)

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    Thanks Sirius!

    I would like to know if any players from the "old" 777.com Neo Max Casino have received any promos from the casinos you've just posted. If so, then it looks like the new owners of 777.com aquired the database besides the URL.

    You can post them here or contact me via the "Pitch a Bitch" section
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    For those of you in the "unawares", this list of casinos are related to the Window's guys.

    Playanddeal and Magicoasis are the indicators.
    “Too much of anything is bad, but too much good whiskey is barely enough.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by casinomeister
    Thanks Sirius!

    I would like to know if any players from the "old" 777.com Neo Max Casino have received any promos from the casinos you've just posted. If so, then it looks like the new owners of 777.com aquired the database besides the URL.

    You can post them here or contact me via the "Pitch a Bitch" section
    http://www.casinomeister.com/problems.html
    They don't own the web server they're on now but the domain name 777.com is owned by the same person named 'Duke Davidson'.

    I presume the web server belongs to the windows/bethedealer owners. The individual URL's will have different domain ownership information though but I don't know if 'DUKE' has any more of these sites.
    Last edited by sirius; 20th January 2004 at 03:13 PM.

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    InCashCasino

    The old Neo Max Casino (that was on 777.com) and InCashCasino (casinomeister just gave a warning about it) all use the same software and server and even the same ecash processor:

    If you want a list of casinos just do this search:

    http://www.google.com/search?sourcei...ata+Process%22

    The casinos must all be owned by JASB (Japanese automobile company) subsidiaries unless they broke the terms of agreement with Goldplay. Goldplay sold them the source code which isn't something a software company usually sells. Obviously they modified it and most probably rigged the games unless it was just 777.com.

    Even after the 777.com controversy, GameMaster was advertising InCashCasino on it's main entrance splash page for a month at least. It was obviously dodgy and the sign up bonus was identical to 777.com.
    Last edited by sirius; 24th January 2004 at 01:57 PM.

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